Service Coordination and Wraparound Services for families of multi-system youth. Through Service Coordination, a coordinator works with youth-serving agencies and organizations to collaborate to build upon the strengths of each family to meet their needs. Through Wraparound, a facilitator assists the family in putting together an individualized team that consists of the family’s natural supports as well as the professionals who are working with them. Wraparound is implemented when traditional services are not working and involve a creative, out of the box, approach.
Early Intervention. Early Intervention provides assessment and, if necessary, coordinated services to parents of infants and toddlers through age two with developmental delays. The program builds upon and provides supports and resources to assist parents and caregivers to enhance children’s development through everyday routines.
Hancock County’s No Wrong Door program helps to ensure the accessibility of information about resources with one call. Agencies and organizations participate in training on a regular basis to ensure staff is trauma-informed and up to date about the availability of services within the County and appropriate strategies for a warm hand-off if their agency does not provide the requested services. Program is implemented in partnership with the Center for Civic Engagement.
Summer Lunch Program. Free grab and go meals are provided on Mondays and Wednesdays during the summer break to children under 18 at Glenwood Middle and Lincoln Elementary Schools. This program, a partnership with Findlay City Schools, also includes family activities to take home provided by youth-oriented organizations from throughout the community.
For additional information, contact Peggy Grandbois, FCFC Coordinator, at email@example.com or 419-424-7073.